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Sidelined at a very young age due to his stammering disability, the eldest of identical triplets develops hatred for his younger brothers and creates havoc in their lives as they all reunite as adults.
N.T. Rama Rao Jr.,
An innocent young lecturer is misunderstood as a pervert and despised by a woman who co-incidentally turns out to be the younger sister of his brother-in-law. Eventually differences subside and love blooms between them.
Krish (NTR) is the son of a billionaire businessman (mukesh Rishi). He has a girl friend Indu (samantha). Her friend Bhoomi (kajal) wants to pursue her higher studies and lands in trouble ... See full summary »
Two villages in Rayalaseema, Nallagudi and Kommadi are engaged in a feud for decades lead by Basi Reddy and Narapa Reddy respectively. The son of Narapa Reddy, Veera Raghava Reddy, returns from London after completing his education. Basi Reddy attacks and kills Narapa Reddy on their way home. Raghava instinctively takes a sword and kills his opponents. After talking to his grandmother about the feud, he realizes that violence became a way of life for the people in these villages and he leaves for Hyderabad seeking a solution to the feud. Raghava meets Aravindha in Hyderabad and falls in love with her. She strongly believes in solving problems without bloodshed and sets him on a path of self-discovery. He decides to return to his village and put an end to the feud.Written by
As the movie was set in the region of Rayalaseema, the writer-director wanted the dialogues to be in the local dialect. As he was unfamiliar with it, he took the help of folk singer Penchal Das to get the local slang right. See more »
The UK theatrical release was passed in two separate versions; the original uncut version which was released in theaters on October 11th with a '15' certificate. Following which the distributor then opted to re-edit the film in order to secure a 12A. This edited version (which had 5 minutes removed) was then submitted to the BBFC for formal classification - however upon a formal viewing the board still felt some moments of violence in the film were to strong for a 12A and so an additional 2 minutes and 53 seconds of cuts were required. This edited version of the film was then released in select theaters on October 19th. See more »